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Hot off the Press for 2021! Plan Ahead with Suttons New Plant Varieties

Plan ahead for your garden in 2021 with our fantastic range of new plant varieties. Which our buyers have sourced just in time!

These new flower plant varieties have been selected just as our catalogue was going to press. So, you won’t be able to find them in our A-Z range. However, we will make sure you don’t miss out!

Like the ‘Brown Eyed Girl‘. We couldn’t wait to tell you, but this sunbelievable sunflower is a half-hardy annual sunflower for beds and containers that will produce 1,000 flowers over a season! This brand new hybrid is sterile so it puts all its energy into flowering!

This golden sunflower is one of many new plants on the block. But before we jump straight in, let’s discuss the new gardening season ahead. Your gardens are set to begin blooming again in the coming year, with seeds and plants growing through spring ready to produce a carpet of colour, delightful fragrances and interest in the summer.

It’s been an unusual year, and it appears many people are discovering the solace in gardening and the rewarding journey of growing and tending your own plants and produce. Beginner gardeners have the chance to grow something new and experienced gardeners can be put to the test!

There are many great reasons to be a gardener, but having the opportunity to trial many new plant varieties in your garden year after year is hard to beat. Growing something different sees your garden stand out from the rest, with plants that are unique and special.

We feel gardening in 2021 should bring some joy to your life, no matter whether you grow from the windowsill, patio, balcony or have a large back garden.

New Plant Varieties

A new year ahead means some essential planning in the garden is needed as we speak. Maintaining a garden not only requires time and effort, but also outlining what you would like to grow is just as important. We all have different kinds of gardens with specific challenges and ambitions in mind, so with our brand new plants for you to try, we think there is something here for everyone.

Petunia – Night Sky

Petunia ‘Night Sky’ had already won a Fleurostar award by industry insiders and has now received a prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit! The launch of this special flower marks a breeding breakthrough – no other Petunia plant can boast the starry speckled pattern of this unique bloom.

Clematis – Little Lemons

Instantly recognisable as a clematis tangutica variety, but without the sprawling stems of its larger cousins! Clematis ‘Little Lemons’ is a super-dwarf plant with a neat, bushy habit. The short, 45cm (18″) long stems are cloaked in delicately cut, bright green foliage. A host of nodding, lemon-yellow blooms decorate this dwarf plant from May to September. Terminal buds are replaced by fluffy seed heads as the flowers fade, providing a lovely textural display which extends the season of interest by several weeks.

Add elegance and interested to your garden with some brand new varieties of traditional garden classics!

A New Year a New Collection

Rudbeckia – Enchanted Collection

A beguiling mix of semi-double Rudbeckias in four gorgeous colours: yellow, red, lime green and orange. Vigorous, bushy plants produce a multitude of blooms that gradually deepen in colour as they age. Grow in patio pots or plant them in beds and borders.

Phlox Collection (Creeping)

Carpet your garden in rich colour and keep weeds at bay with our perennial creeping phlox collection. Underplant trees, shrubs and tall perennials, soften path edging or cover awkward slopes and banks.

Alternatively, grow a carpet of colour which cascades, trails or produces a fragrant display!

We hope you find something new to grow for 2021, and be sure to Join the Suttons community today and head over to our Facebook and Instagram page and take us with you on your gardening journey – #mySuttonsJourney

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